A Walz Diving-PAM underwater fluorometer is being stored by FSF on behalf of a 3rd party. This instrument may be made available for selected research projects on specific approval from the owner. In the 1st instance please contact FSF to discuss availability.The Diving-PAM underwater fluorometer is used to study in situ photosynthesis by chlorophyll fluorescence analysis. It can be used in underwater studies of sea grass, underwater plants, macroalgae and coral. The Diving-PAM is rated to a depth of 50m, has a extrenal fibre optic sensor and a number of purpose designed sample holders. All necessary underwater commands are via a touch sensitive keypad. The instrument automatically displays and records fluorescence yield(F), maximal yield(Fm) and photosynthesis yield (Y=deltaF/Fm'). The fluorometer stores up to 4000 datasets in internal memory for later transfer to a PC.
Please note the following specification has been extracted from the Diving-PAM data sheet and has not been independently verified by FSF
If you wish to borrow this item then please contact the FSF Operations Manager directly on 0131 6505926 or email us. However, please remember this instrument is not owned by the FSF and approval for its use is at the discetion of the owner.